20th September. The first edition of the Heraldo is published.
2 daily editions, and 2 special editions for Huesca, Navarra and La Rioja.
The Heraldo acquires Aragon’s first printing press from France.
In May, the Heraldo inaugurates its office building in Paseo de la Independencia, 29, where it continues to edit the paper today.
The news agency Sapisa, forerunner of Colpisa, is created with the Heraldo among its founders.
DASA’s activity begins to centralize the distribution of all publications in Aragon.
On 26th November, the Heraldo starts printing as a 'broadsheet tabloid'.
The newspaper is launched online under the domain Heraldo.es
The modern printing plant in Villanueva de Gállego is inaugurated.
In Vienna, the Heraldo receives the European Newspaper Award (Norbert Kuppert) for the best European design in its category.
Factoría is born to produce audiovisuals and provide technical services to television.
Grupo Heraldo is created to drive forward the diversification of its different areas.
The heraldo.es website launches its first edition for mobile phones.
Comex Integración and IriTec join forces with Grupo Heraldo to create IT consulting firm Hiberus.
Hiberus establishes itself as a successful multinational upon reaching 500 employees.
The group acquires the national daily 20minutos.
HENNEO acquires the digital financial daily La Información, founded in 2009, and relaunches it as a business daily.
HENNEO boosts its vertical media project with the purchase of Cinemania and Seriemania.
Fernando de Yarza is appointed President of WAN-IFRA, the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers.
Heraldo de Aragón celebrates its 125th anniversary and 20minutos commemorates its 20 years of history.
HENNEO and the German group VGP reach an agreement to invest in the media sector in Spain.
Paloma de Yarza López-Madrazo, sixth female president in the history of Heraldo de Aragón.
HENNEO appoints Íñigo de Yarza CEO of the group.
HENNEO organizes the 73rd World Congress of Press Publishers. More than 1,000 media executives from 20 countries meet in Zaragoza.
Hiberus has more than 2,000 professionals. It is, for the second consecutive year, the Spanish technology that grows the most.